N.J. AFL-CIO Encourages Young Union Workers to Help Elect Labor-Friendly Candidates on Nov. 3

September 17, 2015

More and more young union workers are becoming involved in the political process after realizing that the opportunity to earn a decent living and live a decent life depends on who they vote into office. The New Jersey State AFL-CIO has been leading the effort to encourage young workers from every sector of the labor movement to pursue a progressive agenda through the state federation’s YES (Youth Engagement in Solidarity) groups forming through our central labor councils around the state.

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